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Sausage Bundles

Here is another do-ahead appetizer that is filling my freezer.

"Sausage Bundles"
Saute mushrooms (I used baby bellas) in a little olive oil with salt, pepper, and a few red pepper flakes. Drain.

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Brown Italian sausage (I used half regular, and half hot), and drain. Mix with the mushrooms.

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Roll out thawed puff pastry dough (two sheets), and cut one of the sheets into thirty 3" squares.

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Place a teaspoon on sausage mushroom filling on each square. Top with a little herbed goat cheese.

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Fold corners to the center diagonally (like an envelope). From second sheet of pastry, cut thirty 1 1/2 " squares. Brush small squares with a mixture of two egg yolds and 2 T. cream. Place brushed side down on each sausage square. Press to seal. Repeat with any remaining dough.

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Flash freeze appetizers for an hour or (overnight), and freeze until ready to bake. Bake frozen at 400 for 15-20 minutes until golden.

I don't know what they look like baked yet, but I made five sheets of pastry. With the sixth sheet of dough, and my leftover filling, I made us two calzones for dinner. THEY were just delicious!

Comments (4)

Ida:

Hmmm they looks good and easy to make. I bet they'll taste great, I love anything with goat cheese. Maybe for my New Years Eve Party??

Oh my! Do you deliver? Or FedEx? hehehe

Wow-these look like they'll be fabulous-how can you miss with those ingredients!

Chiocciola:

Mmmmm looks delicious! I'll have to try those.

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